Theognis (540 BC - 480 BC / Greece)
Fragments - Lines 1337 - 1340
No longer do I love a boy. I have kicked aside harsh torments;
From grievous hardships I have gladly escaped;
I am set loose from longing by fair-wreathed Kythereia.
As for you, my boy, you have no attractiveness in my eyes.
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